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Old Feb 9th, 2018, 10:08 am Thread Starter
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Diavel Side Luggage!

The Diavel is an amazing bike, but if you want to carry anything, you will have to use a backpack which can be uncomfortable. With the Hepco and Becker C-Bow carrier and side bags, you will be able to carry more while you ride without having to strap a backpack to yourself. The C-Bow carrier is a sturdy yet unobtrusive mounting system available for both the Diavel and XDiavel. Any Hepco & Becker C-Bow bag will mount to the C-Bow carrier. For the XDiavel/S we recommend the Royser bags to ensure clearance from the exhaust.

The Royster bags have a slick design that complements the Diavelís look. They zipper closed for a water-resistant seal. For downpours, there is an inner waterproof liner to keep your items dry. They have a semi-rigid construction with a reflective material on the outer shell to allow for better visibility. They come in black or a yellow trim. Below are pictures and links to the items available and also a link to all other Ducati accessories.

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